No, it shouldn't do that. It is happening because there is no spark to ignite the fuel and burn it. The fuel injectors are still putting fuel into the cylinder as they should. Since there is no spark, it is flooding and filling with gas.
Once you get it running, check to make sure the engine oil isn't full of fuel. If it is, change it.
Monday, July 7th, 2014 AT 7:49 PM